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Old August 29, 2011, 03:29 PM
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Another specific case of Preterite vs Indefinite


In my exercise book there is a model answer which includes two seperate sentences I'd like to highlight:

"Mientras viajaba, hacía fotos."


"En su viaje aprendió much sobre la cultura de la gente"

In my own answer, I´d written: Mientras viajaba, aprendía mucho sobre la cultura de la gente"

Could anyone illustrate the distinction between the two variants, and tell me if my answer is incorrent?

Thank you.
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